The Autism Arts Festival is a two-day event that has two key aims: First, it is an attempt to develop the idea of a relaxed performance further to create an entirely autism-friendly festival. Second, it it intended to be a celebration of autistic creativity with a range of works by people on the spectrum including…
A double bill of comedy with Robert White (Finallist on Britain’s Got Talent 2018) and Kate Fox (Star of BBC Radio 4’s The Price of Happiness)
The Derek Paravicini Quartet
A programme of literature events from writers such as Laura James, Katherine May and Rhi Lloyd-Williams
Performances from Access All Areas, Mind the Gap Theatre, Heart n Soul and Square Pegs Arts
Films including the Peabody Award winning documentary Deej, a selection of films by Oska Bright and DYSPLA film festivals, and Frosted Glass
New work by Jon Adams, Annette Foster, Daniel Bendelman and Stealth Aspies
An exhibition of visual art curated by the WEBworks collective.
The Autism Arts Festival is a collaboration between the School of Arts and Gulbenkian Theatre at the University of Kent. It is funded by Arts Council England.
relaxed performances, wheelchair access